Waiting room
Modern staleness
Favorite tie
Favorite dress
Heals make it
But I digress
Asked to wait
Your turn soon
Portfolio in hand
Praying they’ll love it, too
Love it they should
Stems from the heart of you
Big Business
The agenda of few men
Subjects pre approved
An openess to difference
Usually not allowed
Until someone one else
Comes prowling around
Clearly, you must take the chance
Your turn to convince
Something new
Something fresh
Believe in you…


34 thoughts on “Believe

    • In my defense, you spent months trying to convience me that you are wicked. Over and over again you stopped me from being nice. I continued to be friendly and pushed you to be nice to me. I have seen your goodness, Duke. … I believe I see it in your writing, no matter how professorish it is.

      I wanted to soften you up and admit to it quite rightly. I want your honest comments and feedback, but I love your edge. My mind is inspired by your writing. I enjoy our banter very much. I find your creativity intoxicating. I think we play well off each other. When you allow it. I don’t think you are wicked at all. I had found that calling you out on your sometimes wicked responses helped me to keep from investing too much in what you replied with, but no matter what your comment was, it made my day. It’s a bad habit I’ve formed when replying to you, isn’t it? I should allow you to be sweet. You’ve been a great support. Priceless, actually. I’m sorry. Forgive me? Of course, if I’ve over stepped, with my honesty, just erase me from your memory. No don’t. πŸ™‚

      I like to think anything is possible, and I think you do a pretty good job of romanticizing yourself. Women are swooning over at the PL. Just as it should be, you tell a fine story. πŸ™‚ (I’m choosing not to assume you’ll reply with something wicked. See? I’m trying. ) Have a great Friday. πŸ˜‰

    • The professor is very wicked, this is true… (I like to believe that.) But…

      Audith, your friendship has meant so much to me as well! I can’t begin to tell you how many times you’ve made me laugh–hard! The professor enjoys reading your poetry–something I could never do. Your support has been priceless, and I’m glad to have met you! And we do play off each other well, I think.

      My wicked comments are usually just to show how grouchily sweet I am. πŸ˜€

      (Also, your comment just made my day.)

    • Geez. Quick to agree. ; )

      ( Yeah. I couldn’t decide if I’d offended you or not. I wanted to apologize and explain myself. Then I worried I’d sound pathetic, a fool, silly and then way too invested and you’d call in the swat to have me removed…you know, normal girl stuff. Obviously caring a bit too much about what you think of me or my uber green behavior. Honest much, Aud?) πŸ˜†

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